Here we preview the four provincial senior football championship quarter-finals down for decision on Sunday afternoon.
Goalkeeper Patrick Morrison will make his first championship start for Armagh in the Ulster SFC quarter-final against Cavan at Kingspan Breffni Park on Sunday.
Armagh's Rory Grugan says he cannot wait to take to the field against Cavan on Sunday afternoon.
Kieran McGeeney has highlighted the threat that Cavan full-forward David Givney poses to his Armagh side in Kingspan Breffni Park this Sunday.
Tyrone are on the right track but Colm Cavanagh warns that they have "a hard road ahead of us".
Dara McVeety believes Cavan are good enough to win the Anglo-Celt Cup.
Cork should stay with the traditional game, according to King Henry.
"In my day, we used to whoop Tyrone's asses more often than not."
We were set for a busy afternoon as we had no fewer than six games down for decision.
First time finalists Mayo will take on last year's runners-up Armagh in the Nicky Rackard Cup decider on Saturday, June 4th.
A brilliant weekend of betting was had last weekend with a number of very profitable bets landing, leaving us nearly +10 points for the first weekend of championship betting.
It was great sadness that we learned of the passing of former GAA President Joe McDonagh yesterday evening following a short illness.
Here are our previews for the 12 senior hurling fixtures taking place around the country this weekend.
Ulster GAA have launched a new motivational video promoting the pioneer sport of wheelchair hurling.
Armagh goalkeeper Paddy Morrison will be fit to make his championship debut against Cavan on Sunday week.
Here's our first championship football team of the week...
The GAA Museum today opened a new exhibition, "Ireland's Olympians" which celebrates the nation's Olympic medalists, with a special emphasis on medal winners from 1924 when Ireland first competed as an independent nation.
It's that time of year again...
Following their 2-21 to 2-13 victory over Longford in the Leinster SFC Round 1, Offaly will now meet Westmeath in TEG Cusack Park on June 12th in the Leinster SFC quarter-finals.
"Unless we build on it, it's no good. It's pointless unless we prepare ourselves as best we possibly can, and be as good as good as we possibly can be in Mullingar."
Former Minister for Sport Michael Ring has called for legislation to prohibit gambling on underage and school matches to be introduced immediately.
Outside of the usual suspects of Dublin, Kerry and Mayo, Tyrone are the team being touted as potential All-Ireland champions.